As of June 2014, Changing Lines has not been curated. Hopefully this won’t be my final post, however it is about time to say something to those who still check CL for inspiration.
Thank you to all our readers over the past 5 years and many thanks to the artists that collaborated with Changing Lines. Is truly a pleasure to see so many people passionate about design!
I hope you enjoyed the content and will leave the archive up for the future.
I have a couple of ideas for the come back of Changing Lines which I hope to get online this year.
Peace & love,
Photography by Greg White.
D&AD Awards Opening Titles, by Pandayoghurt.
Frank are a high-end digital retouching agency with bases in both London and Stockholm. They needed an identity which embodied the retouching process and clearly communicated their offering. Frank pride themselves on providing an honest and to the point approach right down to the last pixel.
To be Frank, they make stuff look great.
Brand Identity, Website & Printed Communications by Midday.
Nice visual inspiration from artist/designer Tom Hancocks.
Paul X. Johnson’s works seem plucked straight from grim fairytales, his characters skilfully realised in shades of black and grey. Working in gouache and ink in a style evocative of 1950s poster art, the London-based artist creates images that have a melancholic beauty and natural sense of style that makes them feel timeless.
Latest book from Victionary is a must have! A closer look into the classics; Futura, Avant Garde, Bodoni, DIN, Gill Sans, Franklin Gothic, Helvetica and Times.